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Tips: If you hate divorce lawyers, then . . .

Say you want to start a divorce in Illinois. But you hate divorce lawyers? First off, know that you are sane. Why wouldn’t you hate divorce lawyers? But if you do hate divorce lawyers, then there are a few things you need to know to make your divorce fast and affordable.

Tip 1: Get an uncontested divorce

An “uncontested divorce” is a divorce in which the spouses agree on all aspects of the divorce from the very beginning. Whether the divorce involves kids, real estate, spousal maintenance, business, whatever – every needs to be agreed to from the get go.

That’s what makes an uncontested divorce in Illinois the fast and affordable way to get divorced.

Divorce lawyers are very expensive. And they make a lot of money when you fight about your divorce.

So if you hate divorce lawyers, get an uncontested divorce in Illinois.

Here, we can represent you for a flat fee that covers not only the court fees for both parties, but also all of our work to represent you in an uncontested divorce in Illinois.

Tip 2: Don’t get tricked by misinformation

Some divorce lawyers like to disseminate a lot of disinformation.

Instead of talking to you about what can be reasonably expected, they might make you think that you can get a lot more out of your divorce.

They might try to lead you to believe that they are some type of great lawyer that will charge into court like Rambo and save the day.

Those sorts of things are stupid sales techniques.

If you hate divorce lawyers in Illinois, then don’t be fooled by disinformation. You’ll end up paying them more.

Tip 3: Start your divorce now, not later

The longer you wait to get divorced, the more likely it is that you divorce will become complicated, or more expensive.

And that more complicated and expensive your divorce is, the more you will end up paying a divorce lawyer to represent you.

In contrast, getting an uncontested divorce in Illinois (with a flat fee lawyer) can help your divorce wrap up very quickly. Many times an uncontested divorce might take only one month.